5 reasons Brock Lesnar can't help WWE anymore
- It's hard to see "The Beast Incarnate" as a top draw for much longer.
Everyone who follows combat sports knows who Brock Lesnar is, and most can tell you his accomplishments. He’s brought home a collegiate wrestling title, top titles in the WWE and Japan and UFC championships, while also getting the honor of beating The Undertaker at WrestleMania.
Because of all that, he’s long been viewed as one of the top draws wherever he goes, including the WWE. But all that seems to be coming to an end, some of which are within is control and some of which are not.
Age is more than a number
Brock Lesnar is 38 years old, which is the same age as AJ Styles and younger than John Cena. But unlike those two men, Brock Lesnar weighs 300 pounds, has a background in the truly vicious world of mixed martial arts and also battled a severe case of diverticulitis that caused major intestinal damage.
For all those reasons, Lesnar can’t be expected to stick around much longer, especially since he’s already on such a limited schedule. With maybe just a few pay-per-view matches left, fans should enjoy him while they can.